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MG Chan Chun Sing further sabotages the legitimacy of PAP superdominance

Channel News Asia: Pay not a primary factor for PAP team: Chan Chun Sing “I don’t think anyone of them comes here for the money. They come here to provide a better life for the next generation… One of the … Continue reading

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Ministerial Pay 2012: Why Singapore Should Be A Pirate Ship.

Text in quotes is taken from CrashDev.com, the blog of a genius entrepreneur who really knows his stuff. An organization is healthy as long as its survival is sufficiently in doubt that each employee feels a primary responsibility to ensuring … Continue reading

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Ministerial Pay 2012: DisGraceFu! Political Incompetence in the PAP.

The problem about things that move slowly, that have a low turn-over rate, is that they often get stagnant, weighty, inefficient, bloated and cumbersome. This applies to all systems, from your physical body, to the food in the canteens at … Continue reading

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MG Chan Chun Sing indirectly criticises PAP super-dominance

‘Don’t throw stones… offer better ideas’: MG Chan Diversity vital for survival ‘Diversity is a survival strategy. How do we know what is the industry or sector that will carry us forward into the future? When you cannot calibrate so … Continue reading

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The Wisdom Of George Yeo

  Over the past few weeks, many Singaporeans have urged me to run for the Presidency. This is a major step which I could not rush into. I thought over it long and hard, consulting not only colleagues, friends and family members, but … Continue reading

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Elections 2011: Xiaxue, why you so liddat? A serious response to “Vote Wisely”.

Before I begin- I want this to be very clear- I respect Wendy a lot. She’s accomplished. I see her as a remarkably intelligent person who knows how to get what she wants, and she is admirably straightforward and consistent … Continue reading

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Elections 2011: Suppose the opposition doesn’t win a single seat.

Be disappointed. It’s okay to be disappointed, but don’t be upset, and please, don’t do anything rash like migrate in a fit of anger, thinking “My God, Singapore is hopeless.” We’re making progress as a citizenry. We’re making progress even … Continue reading

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